Despite the lack of posts in the last few weeks, things have been moving on a pace on the stitching front. Lots of quilts to bind! These will be in a book that is due out next year, so something to look out for then!
My Camelot pattern arrived! It looks great, definitely something for the moments when I have more time to plan.
And on the inspirational front, these have been giving me some ideas of late:
I just love these patterns that need a bit of time and are not so 'mass production'! I love a bit of quick machine piecing as much as the next person, but I am really drawn to these blocks that will need a bit of TLC!
And this one too:
Really simple circles with that great Cheddar ( I know Lori loves the Cheddars!) The quilting here is really interesting too , so simple and right over the wheels.
Another quilter who has been busy lately is Victoria over at Bumblebeans. It is great to see the Signature quilt progressing. She started out with wanting it to be just like the one that had inspired her, but then when it was partly sewn it didn't feel right, so she has unpicked bits, restitched and made it her own. Isn't it great how quilts can take on a life of their own!
And has anyone any idea what the new BOM will be from Amitie? It was so tantalising to see they showed a preview at the Melbourne Craft and Quilt show, guess we will have to be in suspense at while longer!
I will bevoff for a few weeks to stitch and relax in Greece, so best get my hand stitching packed and a few good books.
What do you stitch on holiday?